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To hook up a refrigerator ice maker, you will need to connect a line of plastic or copper tubing to a cold water line to carry water to the refrigerator. Plastic tubing is less expensive and easier to install than copper. You then need to connect the tubing at the back of the refrigerator. An ice maker kit will provide all the fittings necessary to connect your ice maker to the plastic water tubing.
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When you install a new refrigerator, it's a good idea to hook up the ice-maker at the same time. If it's for yourself, you'll have an added convenience that would take more effort to add later. If you'll be showing the house, you'll be able to demonstrate that the refrigerator is not only up and running, but also has a functional added perk. There are a couple of ways to attach a PVC pipe to an ice-maker's water line, but you won't know which approach to take until you know what type of pipe makes up the ice-maker's line.
By: HowStuffWorks. Imagine the convenience of having cold water or ice cubes any time you want them -- no more filling up pitchers to keep in the refrigerator or waiting for ice cube trays to freeze. But once you've bought a refrigerator with a cold water dispenser and automatic ice maker, you'll still need a way to get water into it. It takes patience, but you can hook a water line up to your refrigerator on your own.